Durban container terminal works halted

Transnet said it pulled the venture on the basis of its own forensic investigation following allegations brought up by a losing bidder (image is of Durban Container Terminal) Photo: Pechristener/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0

South African firm Transnet has said it has issued a “stop work” instruction on Durban Container Terminal’s Maine Marine Construction works contract in light of an investigation into the holder of the contract.

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